Pelvic Floor Strengthening
for the treatment of:
Urinary Dysfunction and Incontinence
Pain due to Pregnancy and Postpartum
What to expect from your first visit?
Your posture, breathing pattern, strength and movement of your hips, spine and abdominals will be assessed to determine what may be contributing to your symptoms. Your pelvic floor will be evaluated to determine if any weakness and/or tightness exists that might be playing a role with your symptoms. An internal assessment can also provide more information regarding any muscular tender spots or trigger points that may need intervention. Leakage is common, but it is not normal and easily treatable.
Who performs Women's Health Therapy at Leadbetter?
Services provided by Kim McCole Durant, Physical Therapist, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Kim is a Physical Therapist who has further training and continuing education to treat pelvic floor pathologies including urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, dyspareunia (painful intercourse), and prolapse.
Kim will discuss a treatment plan with you that will include the frequency and duration of your PT sessions and planned interventions. Know that you can agree or decline any portion of the recommended evaluation
including internal evaluation.
Please feel free to email Kim if you have further questions, firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 240-651-0149 to make an appointment
Therapy evaluations for Women's Health are performed in private treatment room.